Elonex 7" LED backlit Digital Photo Frame £17.99 delivered @play.com - HotUKDeals
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Elonex 7" Digital Photo Frame
Features
7 inch TFT LCD screen
LED Backlight
16 : 9 Widescreen
hiiBright LCD Screen
Native Pixels 480 x 234
Luminance (nits) 250
Contrast Ratio 500:1
Response Time (ms) 25
JPEG picture & Photo Viewer
Auto Power On/Off function
Built in memory for around 10 photos
Digital Photo Frame
View JPEG Photo or Picture Files
View as a slideshow
Rotate, Zoom, Transition, Duration
Change Brightness / Contrast / ColourInputs & Outputs
View photos from your Digital Camera's Memory Card without needing a Computer
Supports SD / MMC / MS Memory Cards
View photos from a memory stick via
USB 2.0 jack (support USB 1.1 or 2.0)Technical Data
Dimensions 192 x 123 x 25mm
Weight: 300g
Power Input Voltage: 100 - 240V AC
Power Input Frequency: 50 / 60HZ
Power Consumption: 5W
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#2
Do you know what the actual model number is? trying to find it on Amazon and maybe Argos
#3
Model number is LNX/DP9000
#4
This looks very similar to the ASDA TV offer from last week - if so very good screen
#5
does anyone know if this auto switch on with timer and start slideshow automatically.

thanks, heres so heat anyways
#6
resolution is way to low, pictures will look like they are mad of lego bricks.
#7
did this photo frame support SDHC? can anyone tell me?
#8
Going_Digital
resolution is way to low, pictures will look like they are mad of lego bricks.

Can you explain that a bit - I can't believe they'd get away with a photo frame that shows pictures in blocky format, surely they'd just get sent straight back?


Edited By: ourdave on Nov 26, 2010 09:26
#9
ourdave
Going_Digital
resolution is way to low, pictures will look like they are mad of lego bricks.
Can you explain that a bit - I can't believe they'd get away with a photo frame that shows pictures in blocky format, surely they'd just get sent straight back?

The previous poster is talking c**p! I have a photo= frame of similar spec. Yes it's quality is less than that of better models, but you will haft to pay £40l+
Also he is probably using a low spec pic, on not a high spec screen. Thus looking even more poor.
Thou last year comet was selling similar ones reduce to 15.99, then code for 9.99, and then for 7.99. So a tad more expensive.

Edited By: leeparsons on Nov 26, 2010 10:54
#10
The little 3" LCD screen on the back of your camera typically has a resolution of this screen and yet it is 7" so each dot shown on your camera will be 4x the size of the dots on your camera screen. The picture will look pretty horrid. Just pop in to a shop that has these things on display to see for yourself. A screen this size should be at least 640x480 resolution although the high quality ones would be 800x600.
#11
Going_Digital
The little 3" LCD screen on the back of your camera typically has a resolution of this screen and yet it is 7" so each dot shown on your camera will be 4x the size of the dots on your camera screen. The picture will look pretty horrid. Just pop in to a shop that has these things on display to see for yourself. A screen this size should be at least 640x480 resolution although the high quality ones would be 800x600.
But you hold your camera screen, what, a foot away from your eyes. How often are you going to be anywhere near that close to a digital photo frame? These things are not designed to enable you to sit at arm's length admiring all the fine details; you print them out and stick them in an album for that. I would suggest they are generally on a shelf/mantle across the room. If you can still see the individual pixels at that distance then, yes, these are not worth having. Otherwise, at this kind of price they can serve a purpose.
#12
The res may be low, and there are better photo frames out there. BUT, the screen has a much higher density of pixels than a 40" full hd tv screen! (people say that 1080p on 32" is pointless as you'd have to be so close to notice the difference, same applies here!). View it from 6 inches and it may look blocky, but view it from normal distance and it should look fine.
#13
resolution low, u need to stand at least 2 to 3 foot back... don't expect to hold it in ur hands n browse thru
#14
I bought this. It's great
#15
willkatie13
I bought this. It's great


hi are you able to help me out on this question, as you own this product?

"does anyone know if this auto switch on with bulit in timer and start slideshow automatically."
#16
Benjimoron
The res may be low, and there are better photo frames out there. BUT, the screen has a much higher density of pixels than a 40" full hd tv screen! (people say that 1080p on 32" is pointless as you'd have to be so close to notice the difference, same applies here!). View it from 6 inches and it may look blocky, but view it from normal distance and it should look fine.
Thank you; that's just what I was saying (but you put it much more clearly). As has been mentioned, if you are going to hold this in your hands and browse like an album then this product isn't for you. If it's to display pictures from across your living room/bedroom then you do not need to spend big on higher res screens.
#17
Wongduk
willkatie13
I bought this. It's great
hi are you able to help me out on this question, as you own this product?"does anyone know if this auto switch on with bulit in timer and start slideshow automatically."

It doesn't have auto switch-on as far as I'm aware, but the slideshow does start automatically
#18
Thanks for posting: though it's been posted before, I appreciate the effort it takes to put a deal up.
However, this post shows how 'fickle' HUKD voting can be, as - at the time of posting - there are 3 posts for this item in the last month:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/elonex-7-digital-photo-frame-17-99-/792527
camcorderkid, found 3 weeks, 3 days ago
This has -14 degrees

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/elonex-7-digital-photo-frame-17-99-/809614
SlimJim594, found 3 days, 9 hours ago
This has +75 degrees

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/elonex-7-led-backlit-digital-photo-/798557
babymanor, made hot 2 days, 23 hours ago
This has +244 degrees

I think it's a reasonable deal (and appreciate the comments / discussion) so will be voting "hot".
However - in all fairness - I think I'll vote for the deal advertised by the camcorderkid, as they found it first ...
#19
willkatie13
Wongduk
willkatie13
I bought this. It's great
hi are you able to help me out on this question, as you own this product?"does anyone know if this auto switch on with bulit in timer and start slideshow automatically."


It doesn't have auto switch-on as far as I'm aware, but the slideshow does start automatically


thats cool thanks, just need to get a cheap timer then.

thanks again
banned#20
Just ordered this, hope it arrives before xmas. Not much snow in Hertfordshire YETTTTTTTTTTT LD

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